Recommended GIS Book List

Title Author Description
Ecological Census Techniques: A Handbook William J. Sutherland (Editor) Virtually any exercise in ecology will require some knowledge of the techniques for carrying out a census of population numbers. This practical text outlines clearly, with worked examples, the main techniques used by field ecologists to enumerate plants and animals. 
State Census Records Ann Smith Lainhart State censuses rank with federal censuses as a major genealogical resource, but, because they were taken randomly, remain a much under-utilized resource in American genealogy. 
Counting on the Census?: Race, Group Identity and the Evasion of Politics Peter Skerry Skerry provides a skillful and very timely historicy of the various controversies involving the census and then lays out, and attemps to assess, the contemporary debate.  
American Census: A Social History Margo J. Anderson This work examines the "history of the American census . . . --how it was taken as well as an analysis of those . . . who made the decisions of how to gather, compile, and use the statistics. . 
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